Did you see our interview with Recycle Up Ghana's Sampson Oboh? Here is one part of the three part series in case you missed them on social media! Don't forget to connect with the project! https://goo.gl/Z8j034


How are you making your ‪Youth Day‬ count? Recycle Up Ghana empowers youth to be agents of change! Learn about their work (especially their great summer camps!) by visiting their Action Connected profile and their website (http://www.recycleupghana.org)!


Press release from our friends Recycle Up Ghana regarding their summer camps!
"In the first part “KNOWLEDGE”, is meant to provide participants with the required technical, but also personal training of becoming a changemaker in the pollution and waste management area. The second step is called “EXPERIENCE”. Building on this knowledge, the participants explore communities affected by severe pollution in the second part of the camp. Ultimately, the third phase of the camp, “SOLUTIONS”, is meant to bring participants together in groups and let them develop an idea to solve the identified problem under the guidance of experienced mentors."
Project: https://actionconnected.com/project/11
Press Release: http://www.pledgemultimediagh.com/press-releaseteog-presents-recycle-ghana-2016-summer-camps-cape-coast-accra-kumasi/


Recycle Up Ghana's summer camps are underway! Keep up to date with their events here: http://recycleupghana.org


Now that the ‪#‎YouthClimateActionChallenge‬ is over, we start our countdown for Merit360 (August 27-September 11)! Action Connected hopes you are as excited as we are!


Action Connected and World Merit are proud to announce the winner and runner-up of the Youth Climate Action Challenge! Congratulations to Sampson Oboh (Recycle Up Ghana) for winning first place! We also congratulate Subhash KC (ASTRAA Project) for winning second place! We thank both of you for your innovation and dedication! You are truly world changers!

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